Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1999. 349 pages.
In a dozen specially commissioned essays, the contributors to Species offer a variety of perspectives — not only biological but also philosophical, historical, and anthropological — on the concept (or concepts) of species. Robert N. Brandon hails Species as "a fresh, well-conceived collection on one of the most persistent problems in the philosophy of biology — the species problem." The contributors are John Dupré, David L. Hull, Kevin de Queiroz, David L. Nanney, Kim Sterelny, Richard Boyd, Robert A. Wilson, Paul E.